5 Minute Guacamole

Servings, Time, and Ingredients

Servings: Many!

Cooking Time: ~5 Minutes

  • 2 Avocados (I use Hass)
  • 1 Lemon
  • 1 Bunch of Cilantro (Coriander)
  • 1 Tomato
  • Salt
  • Pepper

Nutritional Information

The following only serves as a guide. Actual figures will vary depending on specific ingredients used.

Protein: 9g

Fat: 58g

Carbs: 10g

Avocado is probably the powerhouse of keto foods.

It’s loaded with fat, by percentage, about 95% of it’s calories come from fat. As such, it’s a great way to balance out meals if you’re being very macro-conscious. Like most green foods, it’s full of potassium, and also in it’s favor, has a little fiber, as well as calcium. I hope you enjoy this guacamole as much as I do.

Ingredients

avocado, lemon, tomato, cilantro, guacamole ingredients

Avocado

Cut your Avocado in half, remove the seed (of course), and using a big spoon, shell the flesh out into a bowl or container of some sort.

Cut, slice, mash, or something else, the Avocado down, right down.

avocado chopped in a container with a knife

Cilantro

The Cilantro is what makes this Guacamole shine. Finely dice and add it in.

chopped up cilantro

Tomato and Lemon

I’ve only used a small tomato, it could have handled two without too many problems, if you’d like more, definitely add more! Also be sure to squeeze the lemon juice into the Guacamole too, it gives it a great tang.

Grind in a little salt and pepper, and try it out. It shouldn’t be salty, but it does need that little kick of salt in there. Remember, you can always add more on a meal by meal basis.

The Final Product

Here’s what mine looks like. You’ll note that it’s a little chunky. It wouldn’t have taken too much more work to make it smoother, but I don’t mind it this way at all. I love frying some bacon so it’s crispy and scooping it up as if they were corn chips. And lets face it, bacon is a hell of a lot tastier than corn.

One comment on “5 Minute Guacamole”

  • Kathleen Siemsglusz

    Is there anything that could be substituted for the cilantro. I really don’t like the taste. It over powers everything else.

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